What kind of antenna is this?

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n3ouc

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That is not an antenna at all. This is a shield for temperature and humidity sensors on a weather station set up.

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I do agree that it is a weather station. However, Verizon installed an antenna that looked similar to this at my grandmas house to get better cell signal and it looks similar to this.
 

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I agree with all the replies regarding weather instrument shielding; HOWEVER, I'd love to see this antenna that DRAYD48 referred to and learn more about it.
 

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I do agree that it is a weather station. However, Verizon installed an antenna that looked similar to this at my grandmas house to get better cell signal and it looks similar to this.
Can you get and post a picture of that antenna?
 

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It did it again!
missing part should be/home-services/lte-internet-installed
I give up.
Cut and paste this link:
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https://www.verizonwireless.com/home-services/lte-internet-installed
 

guccisockss

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Thanks guy that makes sense. This was part of a dragging equipment detector for CN rail.

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